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is coming back to television. michael richards from "seinfeld." >> guess who's back? >> kramer is coming back in a show, "giant baby" on tvland, playing a character opposite kirstie alley and rhea perlman. he will play a limo driver to madison banks, played by kirstie, whose life is turned upside down after her long lost son looks to reconnect after the death of his adopted mother. and kramer coming back. to tv after all these years after seinfeld went off the air. hopefully he'll have no more rants and keep the image clean. welcome back, kramer. g-g-giddy up. g-g-giddy up. as you probably know, medicare only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. and could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call today to request a free decision guide to help you better understand medicare and which aarp medicare supplement plan works best for you. with this type of plan
gary kramer, no relation. he's an internet guy. although i know and love him, the former creator and editor of market watch to be "usa today's" publisher. kramer has made a huge difference as anybody who has read the paper since he's come in knows this, or the website. he's revitalized it and, of course, the "usa today" website, i'm calling it glorious. i love this. it seems like every time you go to it, it's gotten better. kramer is the first internet editor with print experience, and that means the world. plus there's a reason this is the most popular newspaper in america, that's because product actually does matter. content, we call it. you give people what they want, and it can be huge. even if you're operating in an industry that's supposed to be on its death bed. i read it and love it every day, particularly for the money but yes, i admit, i am more addicted to the sports sections. and it's not just "usa today." gannett has dozens of local papers, and those papers have websites that give them the presence in the $140 billion local advertising market that's traded internet c
did. more than 50 films later he has two best actor oscars including this one for kramer versus kramer. honoree david letterman has more than 5,000 television newscasts under his belt being found for finding humor in everything, even winning this honor. he talked about it on the late show with david letterman. >> when i stopped laughing, i was very excited. i tell you, this is great for my family. they think i'm working at a jiffy lube in mexico. >> reporter: people who cover the honors say there's more than comic relief at play. that's break from partisan politics. >> at this exact moment when we are all so tired from the election, you can see a little break in the action. i think that adds to the momentousness of the evening. >> reporter: david letterman joked on his show that kennedy center nominees receive an adjustable mattress and a new car. that may have been a punchline but they do receive the chance to nominate potential future honorees. elmly schmidt, cnn, washington. >>> well, cnn newsroom with don lemon is coming up in a few minutes. you have talks and tons of stuff going o
't miss a second of mad money. followed jim kramer on twitter. have a question, tweet kramer hashtag mad tweet. send g-men e-mail to mad money at sea nbc got, or give us a call at 1-800-743-c nbc. miss something? had to mad money got see nbc.com. >>> novelty is overrated. at least when you're managing your own money. you don't need to constantly come up with new ideas. in fact rather than searching for new ideas to own, i find it's better to circle back like a portfolio manager to rate and review and scrutinize, whether the story is still on track with your old ideas, why you picked them in the first place. that's why i'm telling to you to keep up with your homework. i would love it if you could spend an hour on a position a week. i know that's somewhat unrealistic. you've got to stay on it. you've got to make sure that your stocks are still worth owning. at the beginning of the fourth quarter during the week of october 8th, i put together a list of if you can't beat 'em, join 'em stocks. the idea being the end of the fourth quarter, growth-oriented money managers look at their best perf
gotten rid of him -- >> i liked the girl that was dating kramer for awhile. she had the amazingly crazy eyes. she was the best part of the show jie. that was newman. >> do you think laugh tracks are responsible for this. no i we sl this thing -- now we have this thing we are people look ad. something will happen where it is funny, but not funny and they go like this. that tells you oh that wasn't supposed to happen. >> what is the question? >> there is no question. >> i am on the receiving end of your monologue. "seinfield" is a funny show. more than anything it is sin do location. it is on all the time. that has to be the best. it is on "7 times. hogan's heros are funny. >> my parents wouldn't let me watch that. >> why? >> my parents. joy they were nazis. >> how did you know that. >> you know, it is like seinfield can't be an islamic country, right, bill? >> no, definitely not. i don't know. >> my parents wouldn't let me watch "hogan's heros" because the lead guy was a sexual deviant. >> yes. >> larry craig is also a sexual de swraw. i know everything. the bob crane show in the 70s he
? >> correct, and it didn't work anywhere. >> guy kramer is one of the guys working to win the next contract. this summer he showed us the science behind every size and shade of these pixals. >> 3-d layering creates depth and shadows where none exists. developers already have one eye on tomorrow. >> what is coming up down the road and very quickly is the harry potter cloak. >> with that fictional cloak, harry is not camouflaged, he's invisible. >> my body is gone! >> how invisible are we talking here? if i walked into a room with a soldier wearing a cloak? >> you would not see him at all, he would be invisible to you. >> this is not make belief. it's a quantum stelth technology. it's concealing most of a person's shadow. imagine what that could do with a sniper hiding in a field. >> they could actually pull out very limber to what they carry with a survival blanket and throw it over the top of them and unless you walked into them you wouldn't know they were there. >> so what is firmly once in the world of make belief could become quite real. >> you don't need a power source or some instructi
here in action. i don't see anything. that's why it works. as guy kramer tells the daily mail, the psychological affect is they don't know when or how they have them surrounded. how can you hit a target you can mott see? how do you defend from the invisible? let's discuss in the. >> lightning roooouuuunnndd. lightning round. >> diane, as a woman are you worried this technology will eventually fall into the wrong hands, ie perverts like bill? >> more concerned about that, yes. i actually don't -- i think this technology sounds really cool, and i hope it is in the right hands and armies like ours, but it can fall in the hands of countries we don't want to have it. i wish more would go back to the time of swords and bay yawn nets and sling shots so people had to go there and fight and get hurt. it was easier to beat someone up, but you weren't killing anybody this mass numbers. >> i think more people died that way. >> and the leaders had to march in. >> i miss when people had to have their legs sawed off. you are a monster. >> it shouldn't be so easy to kill people. >> you are ag
you from crashing along with it. larry in tennessee, larry. >> caller: is this james j. kramer? >> yes, it is. how are you? >> caller: great, man. i think i've read everything you wrote since 1998. i wanted to call and thank you for putting my daughter through college and teaching us home gamers how to survive in this stuff. >> you're terrific. thank you. >> caller: i have a question. tax season is coming up and you teach us to trade around the core positions up and down. i wonder if you have any advice for us coping with wash sales. >> wash sales a problem. what i'm going to do on that question is i am going to tell people because i can't give individual tax advice, you got to speak to your tax consultant about when you can take these sales and then go pack and buy. you're right, there can be a wash stock problem. no stock is forever. they come in or out of fashion all the time but some do last longer than others. they have a longer shelf life and that's ultimately what we're trying to find. [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- you can stay in and share something... or you ca
't need that now mr kramer thanks. are you hurt very much your honor? nah. are you sure you're alright dear? are you able to walk? sure sure. gee judge your honor you're a champ. may i kiss you? the judge don't want girls to kiss him. you go right ahead dear if you want to. [music] come on babe hey where's nick? oh never mind nick now dear please. well he was with me. [door squeaks] albert get me some antiseptic and some bandages quickly. yes miss barbara. darling you were magnificent but you know you weren't cut out for that sort of thing. you know somebody who could have done it better? no dear but i'm afraid of the after affects i know you're goinna be ill. hey i ain't never been sick in my life. but fred you were just. i'm glad nick ain't here. darling what's come over you. oh. what's this hey get that junk out of here and get me a drink. mineral water sir. i said a drink bourbon. but fred you don't drink! you just watch me and some cigars. but fred you can't smoke or drink, you know that. are you kidding what are you standing there for? get! darling please you'll only make yoursel
to invest and trade like kramer. not to be like me, because -- i got some emotional issues, frankly, you would probably not to emulate. is that is off track. so far, i've given away two precious secrets. two i used at my hedge fund. and charitable trust, unlike lady gaga, i play with an open hand, not a poker face, allowing viewers to see my trades before i make them. lady gaga is better than pink. am i raising a glass when i'm stock picking. a lie li i like to buy stocks around the new high list and have substantial insider buying, it says people in the company believe their stocks still have legs and if they believe, there could be good reason for to us believe too. this is not enough to recommend a stock. pieces, okay? pieces of a puzzle. have to do the homework, check the fundamentals and websites, make sure you like the story behind the company, and if the stock goes down, you know to buy more, rather than cut and run and lose. what i'm teaching you tonight e re tells. sing signals that it might be worth your time and efforts to reading through the transcript and quarterly filings.
of santa. >> okay. the three choices are? >> roll up, please. >> charlie brown, bart simpson, cosmo kramer. i think it sounds like bart simpson. >> b. it is? >> yes! [ ding ] >> somebody's drinking a lot of eggnog. here it is. what movie is this quote from? okay. this is extremely important. will you please tell santa that instead of presents this year i just want my family back? is it from "home alone," "christmas vacation," or "how the grinch stole christmas"? >> "home alone." >> i'll say. [ ding ] >> you see? all right. here we go. number 4. >> next time i'd like a chance to get -- >> moving along. who said" santa, o my god, santa's here, i know him, i know him"? is it a, frosty the snowman? b, buddy in elf? c, rudolph the -- >> i'm going to say b, buddy in "elf." >> i remember that. >> yeah! >> who coined -- who coined the holiday festivus? would it be cosmo cramer, george costanza or frank costanza? . >> it's a trick question. it's one of the costanzas. i'll say george, you say frank. >> c, frank. [ ding ] >> which one is it? >> yay. >> this is your heritage. it's part of who you are.
on the republican side to take that kramer, to acknowledge that reality, then the numbers are actually not that far apart. another way of putting this is, we could probably solve this in about one week. it is not that tough. >> new details have been revealed in the retail giant kermit factory where 120 dacre workers died in a fire last month. "the new york times" is reporting that wal-mart played a key role in blocking the improvement of safety features at the bangladeshi factory. one representative helped quash a proposal that would help to improve safety investments, calling them not financially feasible. documents found at the fire scene also show five of the factory's 14 production lines were -- devoted to making wal- mart apparel. meanwhile in the u.s., walmart is drawing criticism for planning to reduce health care to those employees working less than 30 hours a week. an internal company policy shows newly employed part-time workers will no longer receive benefits, while those hired in or after 2011 will also lose out if their hours dip below 30 hours a week. labor experts say walmart is foll
to disappear. sounds mystical. but the military might using something like it. >> reporter: guy kramer is competing to win the army's income multimillion dollar contract. this summer, he showed us the size behind every size, shape and shade of these pixels. >> you now have your camouflage. >> we're trying to trick the brain into seeing things that aren't actually there. >> reporter: digital patterns recreate shapes already found in nature. and 3-d layering creates depths and shadows, where none exists. that's today's design. but developers already have one eye on tomorrow. >> what's coming up down the road and very quickly is the harry potter choke. >> what is it? >> reporter: with the fictional cloak, harry isn't just camouflaged. he's invisible. >> how invisible are we talking here? if i walked into a room with a soldier wearing one of these cloaks, you wouldn't see him at all? >> he would be completely invisible to you. >> this isn't make-believe. the military has seen this so- called quantum stealth technology. works by bending the light arou
on the last five trading days of the year. joining me now, equity management telerate kramer, the offer of the little book of bi profits from small stocks. an interesting read. welcome. >> thank you. gerri: all right. we had a little sell-off today. people are nervous about the fiscal cliff. you say we will trade at. >>'ve seen the financial stocks, which are a very important indicator of the market. they have been very strong, and living today. we have seensome nice follow-through from companies like goldman that finally have been able to get above key technical levels. also there is no recall when addressing. the window dressing is the group , loss on wall street among the money managers say let's get that market really strong for the end of the year. we want to see nice numbers, and gerri: you guys do nothing and fundamentals anymore. it's amazing to me. >> you're right, and that is part of the problem with the street, but those two are bottom-up fundamental analysts, we really like the guidance that we saw that came out of it. many of these industrial multi complex companies that ar
obama in 2009 became president and jim kramer was doing his freak out on cnbc because the dow was down to like 6500 and jim kramer was talking about how obama was destroying wealth in america and oh, by the way it is now at like 13,500. it seems the stock market has doubled under obama. a, it doesn't really get that much press and b that certainly doesn't do anything to knock down his socialist bon nafieds apparently. >> stephanie: you say it was definitely the urban vote, right, mitt, wisconsin wins. good job paul ryan. >> yeah, right. they got absolutely trounced in wisconsin! and so that was one of the arguments after the election, well, it was really close but you know, the african-american vote the urban vote as they talked about afterwards and so how did obama -- you know, beat them so badly in wisconsin? and iowa? and new hampshire? and places you don't -- you know are not synonymous with large minority populations. >> stephanie: right. >> they can cling to that belief but they -- as we take a step bac
for more than a week. former telecom he cannive terry kramer is representing the united states as an ambassador there. he has vowed to oppose any efforts to block the free flow of information. we're learning a train derailment unleashed toxic chemicals into the atmosphere today as officials warned folks in that area to stay inside. now you can see how one local is playing it safe. very nice. we'll hear from him next. plus, strong words from a republic senator about the deadly attack on the consulate in libya. no it has not stopped. why the lawmaker needs more answers from ambassador susan rice one of president obama's possible pick force secretary of state. that's still to come as fox reports live tonight. this holiday, share everything. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. sharable data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. get a droid razr m by motorola for $49.99. >> shepard: careful if you live in south jersey. officials say train car toxic chemicals into the air. it happened on a bridge. look at these pictur
life. >> i'm having a senior moment. what was the broadway play, larry kramer's -- >> normal heart. >> i went to see that, and the curtains went down and it brought me back to the '90s. and i cried. every single person -- did you see that? >> yes. >> it's overwhelming to describe to people what it was like during those times. >> you're a kroup trouper. what's the lesson on this world aids day? >> the next battle is hiv criminalization. there are laws putting people in jail for not disclosing their status. if they want to know more about that, go to cyril project.com. >> thank you for being a soldier. >> thank you. >> good luck to you. mr. mark king. >>> coming up -- alzheimer's, a devastating disease, now it is silencing the voice of a music legend. glen campbell talks about the end of a long career, that's next. [ male announcer ] it started long ago. it's called passion. and it's not letting up anytime soon. at unitedhealthcare insurance company, we understand that commitment. so does aarp, serving americans 50 and over for generations. so it's no surprise millions have chosen an
. welcome to "mad money." welcome to kramer ka. other people want to make friends. i'm just trying to make a little money. my job is not only to entertain you but i'm doing some teaching tonight. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. earnings season. i dread earnings season. why? because it is overwhelming with so many companies reporting at once and so much data being thrown at you. because it's hard to keep track of the expectations and to really know what is better than expected. what the whisper, the real benchmark that must be beaten is? no. it's because i have a really bad back and i can't stand carrying all those printed out versions of the conference call as i shlep from downtown to my office here in englewood cliffs. tonight i want to do something different. i want to help you this earnings season. a new way to use earning season to put it in perspective because most of you watching the show are not these day traders that are hijacking a lot of the thinking. you're not trying to game a given quarter. it's become so difficult to predict and often the initial moves aren't even accurate because
guys in the philippines nne kramer away from home. he said he had gone around the world. the captive circumnavigate or remains kind of a stock character until the midpoint of the 18th century when europeans stop taking people for information against their will. but there still are a lot of people who go around the world, probably not voluntarily. the first global health mission, a vaccination campaign, dispensing vaccine from our friends. they take on orphans as human incubators for these children did not make a decision that's really the way they want to see the world. clamorous idea, but a lot of people doing the spreading of the 18th century, not so glamorous. the last cap in circumnavigate or is also interesting. the last sofar. first come earth creature to orbit the world, not her choice and set to reject. there was no recovery plan. that practice stopped after there was an international outcry about dreariness even to a dog. that's the last example. there's a robust history people and animals who don't want to do this, nevertheless. they are, historically famous circling around
are -- we have a strong american delegation on the ground led by ambassador kramer and including representatives from across government and the private sector. the situation is fluid. the issues are important and i think we all understand that this will not be the last conference at which these important issues arise and fighting for internet freedom and openness is something we will all be working on together for quite some time. in the u.s. the broadband sector is strong and the u.s. has regained global leadership in mobile communications. we have more healthy subscribers than the rest of the world combined, and setting the pace globally on innovation and no software apps and devices. this means we face a particularly acute challenge to meet exploding mobile demand, the spectrum crunch and we must use all policy levers at our disposal to address some. a few months ago at the commission we free up 30 mhz for broadband, and yesterday we unanimously adopted an order freeing up 40 megahertz of underutilize satellite spectrum from land-based mobile broadband and opposes setting the
is truly an honor. i would like to thank rob and mr. martin kramer did a great job demonstrating the lord. before i get into this, i would like to recognize eric trager. he is a fellow penn graduate. it is nice to see someone else from penn in this town doing this kind of work and doing it in a cutting edge and great way. i also want to recognize ambassador cohen, who had the hardest job from israel. as a testament to his character. it is interesting to me that when rob contacted me about doing this, he wanted to call the session egypt on the brink. not only does this have the benefit of being true yet again, but it is a particularly apt description of what we are likely to see in egypt for the foreseeable future. not only is it what we see with the future, but perfectly consistent with egypt's modern political history. in the central drama and egypt's history. it could digress a little bit in the struggle. because i think they reflect well on what is likely to happen. it is clear that what we are seeing now at this moment is a reflection of the fact that no party, not the muslim brotherh
'll ask him which he values more. his job or yours? i want to bring in amy kramer. cofounder of the mrn grassroots coalitions and fergus cullins, he's the director of the free market think tank, the yankee institute and editorial columnist at the new hampshire union leader. big important paper. amy i'll start with you. there's been a lot of discussion about the dynamic of does boehner want to cut a deal or wait until after january 3rd. harry reid made that point on the senate floor last week because who knows. maybe there's a few dozen conservatives in the house who don't want this guy to be speaker. i wonder, you're with the tea party. do you want two more years of john boehner as house speaker? >> there are a group of people that are focused on that but i don't think that's our real focus. our real focus is ringing in the out of control spending and living within our means. that's what most people are concerned about. get rid of john boehner, who else are we going to get? i mean, we lost the election. elections have consequences. we're not going to get everything we want. but we need
, kelly kramer and her boyfriend. this is pat. >> clayton: pat my old director in philadelphia. pat o'neil, great to see you and merry christmas. >> ainsley: pretty tree in the background,. >> rick: meghan mcdropped, she's my field producer autopsy often and her parents: they had a double wedding, her sisters. >> ainsley: no! >> rick: they got married together. the sisters with the new husbands. >> clayton: our line producer, sean and his nephews jack and max. >> ainsley: how cute. they're adorable! and our writer, nicole pagano. there is sean. >> clayton: he called for that shot of himself. >> ainsley: this is nicole and her sister. >> clayton: and senior producer general shay and her husband dennis and their beautiful son jackson. that's a massive tree. >> rick: jackson battles with your son being one of the cutest kids ever. >> clayton: come on jackson, duke it out. >> rick: there will be a fight between those two. and ainsley earhart and her husband, will. your first christmas as a married couple. >> ainsley: yes, that's right. >> clayton: that's a same that couple isn't more han
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